I WAS NOT RAISED with any religious beliefs, but even as a child, I wanted to know more about God. When I was 11, I asked some Methodist friends of mine if I could go to Sunday School with them. I saw their love for church, and there was a certain peacefulness about them. Learning about religion was largely curiosity on my part, but even back then I was looking for something beyond the limits of human life.

As time went on, I visited other churches with other friends. I got a lot out of these visits, and slowly my early concept of a God who was loving and would help me became more developed and refined.

October 11, 2010

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